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They resorted to selecting news pieces and even creating some reports to help this feeling that what they said was real. MKO members looked at nowhere and talked of an imaginary imminent event (which no one is aware of) that would help them! This is exactly what has made them vulnerable, and also optimistic about future.
How the MKO works and thinks in the political scenes should be considered a kind of romanticism, which is presented with political rhetoric. You probably remember the last Wednesday of Persian year, when the MKO tried to authenticate its imaginations and feelings by a large amount of investment on propaganda. In different kinds of programs on MKO satellite TV channel, MKO members expressed symbolic words and tried to show their imaginations as acceptable. They resorted to selecting news pieces and even creating some reports to help this feeling that what they said was real. MKO members looked at nowhere and talked of an imaginary imminent event (which no one is aware of) that would help them! This is exactly what has made them vulnerable, and also optimistic about future. These are the characteristics of a romantic war- built in the minds of MKO members- that have created an unreal fantasy world for them. In the past few days also, MKO's propaganda system tried the same pattern, claiming that people will gather together in Mellat Park on April 2 (The day of environment in Iran). While Mojahedin leaders try to take advantage of such occasions (the last Wednesday of the year and 2nd of April, in which people take part in large), to boost the morale of their members they have no way except resorting to romanticism and fantasy. With this method, Mojahedin leaders take the members into a world of fantasy in order for them to accept the death. Apart from the fact that this is a kind of exploit, this is an incurable addiction; an addiction by which MKO members forget their inabilities and see themselves as the heroes of legends! To explain this culture, one should recognize Rajavi's tools for controlling members and that how wretched and uncivilized this group is.

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